Saturday, October 18, 2014

RIP Roser Cavallé

Roser Cavallé dies, the voice of Dallas' Sue Ellen
By Lluís Bonet Mojica
The announcer and voice actress died last Monday.
The radio announcer and voice actress Cavallé Roser, who was the voice of Sue Ellen on Dallas for 16 years, died on Monday October 6th, reports the channel 3/24. She was 79.
Cavallé put her Catalan dubbing voice into the famous Sue Ellen from Dallas series. She was also the Spanish Catalan voice of Joanna Cassidy, Glenn Close, Sofia Loren and Anna Magnani, and was the usual voice for actresses like Patricia Neal and Elizabeth Wilson.
CAVALLÉ, Roser (Rosario Cavallé)
Born: 1935, Barcelona, Cataluna, Spain
Died: 10/6/2014, Barcelona, Cataluna, Spain
Roser Cavallé’s westerns – voice actress:
The Man from Oklahoma – 1964 [Spanish voice of Sabine Bethmann]
$5.00 for Ringo - 1965 [Spanish voice of Maria Pia Conte]
$5,000 on One Ace - 1965 [Spanish voice of Maria Sevalt]
The Return of Ringo – 1965 [Spanish voice of Hally Hammond]
Sunscorched – 1965 [Spanish voice of Marianne Koch]
A Bullet for the General – 1966 [Spanish Catalan voice of Martine Beswick]
Sunscorched – 1966 [Spanish voice of Marianne Koch]
The Tall Women – 1966 [Spanish voice of Perla Cristal]
Django, the Last Killer – 1967 [Spanish voice of Dana Ghia]
Five Guns from Texas – 1967 [Spanish voice of Maria Pia Conte]
Gentleman Killer – 1967 [Spanish voice of Anna Orso]
Villa Rides! – 1967 [Spanish voice of Diana Lorys]
Shalako – 1968 [Spanish voice of Valerie French]
Villa Rides – 1968 [Spanish voice of Diana Lorys]
El Puro - 1969 [Spanish voice of Mariangela Giordana]
Gentleman Killer – 1969 [Spanish voice of Anna Orso]
Shalako – 1969 [Spanish voice of Valerie French]
Twenty Paces to Death – 1969 [Spanish voice of Marta Flores]
Four Gunmen of the Holy Trinity - 1970 [Spanish voice of Valeria Fabrizi]
Blazing Guns – 1971 [Spanish voice of Dada Gallotti]
Chato’s Land – 1971 [Spanish voice of Rebecca Wilson]
A Cry of Death – 1971 [Spanish voice of Catherine]
Red Sun – 1971 [Spanish voice of Capucine]
Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears – 1972 [Spanish voice of Francesca Benedetti]
Too Much Gold for One Gringo – 1972 [Spanish voice of Irene D’Astrea]
Watch Out Gringo… Sabata Will Return – 1972 [Spanish voice of Rosalba Neri]
Eh? Who’s Afraid of Zorro! – 1975 [Spanish voice of Rosita’s mother]
The Daltons – 2004 [Spanish voice of Ginette Garcin]

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